See what Netizens have said on Uhuru's remarks on handing out power
By Chirchir254 | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 0 views
President Uhuru started his presidency so well . He addressed urgent issues like roads power connection, CDF etc. But recently he has made a U turn and brought in the BBI which seeks to hurt the common mwananchi.
Today he made a statement that he would not handover his powers to a thief, this kind of statement is dangerous to the unity and peace of a country. What comes to our minds is that who is the thief in the story? I think this might be somehow Uhuru unreadiness to surrender the sword. He wants another term in, who is with me.
Even when Kibaki handed him the power , he was not a thief, but he became a thief afterwards, he knows 2 billion is being stolen daily and he hasn't done anything to stop it. That shows that he his among the thieves.
I think it's high time for us as to think about the future as a nation, we are being led by by international thieves.
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